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Twilight Singapore Giveaway Day 6

We’re halfway through the 12 days giveaway!

Today, we are giving away the Framed The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Poster. We can only give it to those in Singapore as it is pretty big and we can only deliver it to you by hand.

Question #6: What did the stunt crew use as a substitute of the werewolves in the fight scenes?

Till next time!

6 responses

  1. Tia

    They used CGI or Computer-Generated Imagery.

    December 18, 2010 at 6:06 am

  2. Teresa

    They use cows or large cardboard standees or the potato, which is this big stand-in object that’s about the same size as a wolf so that the actors can fight with it.

    December 18, 2010 at 7:02 am

  3. Teresa

    Can I rephrase my answer?:
    To help the actors and crew “see” the wolves, cows or large cardboard standees were used. They also used the potato, which is a big stand-in object that’s about the same size as a wolf and the actors can fight with it, wrestle with it and be hit by it.

    December 18, 2010 at 7:07 am

  4. Tia

    Change of answer: At some parts of the fight scene, large cardboard standees in the silhuette of the wolves were placed. In the ravine chase, the wolves were In CGI, and during the battle between the cullens, newborns, and werewolves, the actors were ‘flung’ around with ropes. They also used the ‘potato’ at the part where Jacob was getting hurt, and the cardboard standees at certain parts.

    December 18, 2010 at 8:47 am

  5. Megan

    They used white cardboard cut outs in the exact sane size as how big they want the wolves to be. For the fight, they also used it but also used weight( a grey bag)connected to strings to be flung around and to push the newborns.

    December 18, 2010 at 12:09 pm

  6. Megan

    Change of answer:They used white cardboard cut outs in the exact same size as how big they want the wolves to be. For the fight, they also used it but also used weight( a grey bag)connected to strings to be flung around and to push the newbornsand for the newborns to fight and tackle.after that, they will CGI the “wolves” and make them into what we see in the cinemas.

    December 18, 2010 at 12:36 pm

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